left, right, and centre


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left and right

From or on all sides; from multiple places or sources; with great frequency. Also seen as "right and left." We've been getting requests for these left and right—we can barely keep them in stock.
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left, right, and centre

In many different places or to many different people all at once. Ever since the company started we've had financial issues left, right, and centre. The economy has been devastating people left, right, and centre in this country.
See also: and, centre

left, right, and centre

BRITISH or

left and right

AMERICAN
You use left, right, and centre to show that something is happening or being done a lot. They're expecting the state to pay out money left right and centre. The Postal Service has been losing customers left and right.
See also: and, centre